BBC Too fcuking right it will. It's not going to be a good legacy like he claims there though. More schools - pah. Half the classrooms where I work are mobiles and they have absolutely no funding for anymore. A good majority of the other classrooms are from the 1930s, badly shaped, poorly organised and energy ineffecient (like the mobiles...). Those schools in my LEA that are having new buildings have been through an awful PFI contract that was cancelled, reallocated and it will take a miracle for the buildings to be ready on time and be of an acceptable standard. Hospitals: I do believe NHS waiting lists have been cut generally across the board (even excluding the way they get fiddled). However the huge cost due to PFIs and excessive poor management may not be worth it. Anti-social behaviour? Who's he fcuking kidding. Since Blair came in kids have got far worse as have adults. N.Ireland peace process - he finished something the previous government put all the hard work into, then rolled over on his back and let Sinn Fein pat his tummy while he says what wonderful people Gerry Adams et al. are. He disgusts me (Blair that is. Adams et al. make me want to hurt them). Iraq - enough said Afghanistan - Enough said Army now under 100,000 and lowest funding levels since 1930s Taxation and public service spending: more taxes, higher taxes; wouldn't mind if there weren't massive ineffeciencies in the public sector. Made worse by PFI/PPP. The trains are now subsidised by four times what British Rail used to cost to run. Prison system: more people in prison than ever: you know what, I don't really mind that, but build some more prisons! I could go on. Anyone want to list what "good things" they think T.Blair has done in his tenure as P.M? Off top of my head: Sierra Leonne, Kosovo, "Inclusion" and "Every child matters", work on child poverty (but only threw money at problem), at least attempted something with NHS instead of carrying on Tory privatisation of everything.